#OOTD: Getting back in the swing of style blogging.

Casual OOTD with Free People skinnies, cocoon sweater, BAGGU leopard duck bag canvas tote and leather flats. keiralennox.com
Wearing: SIMILAR cocoon sweater | Free People skinnies (high rise with a jegging fit and lots of comfy stretch; I basically live in these.) | BAGGU ‘duck bag’ canvas tote in leopard (available at our flower shop!) | BCBG leather flats via Hautelook

I took a big ol’ blog breather last year for a few reasons: 1) the flower shop needed all my attention and energy to plan our relocation and retail expansion; 2) when I wasn’t working, it felt important to savor the downtime (work/life balance was the theme of 2015); and, 3) I didn’t know what I wanted to do with this place.

Maybe it’s ennui after five years of writing about my clothes, or a result of growing up and priorities shifting, or — wouldn’t this be wonderful — a “mastery” of my closet and personal style at 31, but…

I don’t put much thought into what I wear anymore.

At the same time, I’ve never felt so comfortable in my style.

(And I miss blogging.)

So it stands to reason that now would be a good time to get back at it, right?

Sometimes I think my OOTDs aren’t “blog worthy,” because I wear my favorite pieces all the time, love a uniform, and keep things super simple. If you like your style bloggers swathed in the latest Nordstrom inventory with beautiful photography and perfect winged eyeliner, my real life outfit posts — the majority of which will likely be shot in front of this cool wall in my flower shop — will definitely leave you underwhelmed. But if you’re just a regular girl who would like ideas for how to mix and match her everyday basics, I got you, boo.

 

Author: Keira Lennox

I'm a small town lady from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style. I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear. (Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

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